Dairylac is a high energy, rumen protected, calcium salt of palm oil fatty acids.
High yielding Dairy Cows will milk 'off their backs' during early lactation. During this period poor appetite may also reduce dry matter intake. These factors result in a negative energy balance which can affect milk yields, fertility and may cause Acetonemia (Ketosis). Ketosis may be sub-clinical and thus barely noticeable, even so, it can further reduce appetite, creating a vicious circle. Dairylac will supply a concentrated source of energy that is digested with an efficiency of over 95%. Because the energy in Dairylac is protected, it does not interfere with rumen function, unlike some other non protected oils and fats.
Goats 50-100 g/head/day.
Storage and Handling
In order to keep Dairylac in the best possible condition, do not stack more than one pellet high. The product should be stored in cool, dry, well-ventilated buildings.